Sociologist and educationist, I have taught and undertaken research for trade unions, training centres, universities, research institutes, local authorities and governmental bodies. I have also elaborated, executed and directed several EU-funded social projects.
In 2004, I founded in Brussels the INCA-CGIL Observatory on European Social Policies, focusing my field research mainly on free movement of workers and social security rights.
Since April 2017, I have been working as a counsellor in socio-professional integration at the Public Centre for Social Action of Schaerbeek, in the Brussels-Capital Region.
Author of over 70 publications on various social, economic and cultural issues (http://bit.ly/2lVhVrR), my research interests focus on social policies, and mainly employment, migration and social protection.
William Chiaromonte is Researcher in Labour Law at the University of Florence Law School, where he teaches Labour Law and Advanced Labour Law.
He has a European Master in Labour Studies from the University of Florence and the Université Catholique de Louvain (2004) and a Ph.D. in European Social Law from the University of Macerata (2009). His thesis on Labour and Social Rights of Migrant Workers was awarded both the Marco Biagi Prize for Young Researchers by the Marco Biagi Foundation for the best Italian Ph.D. thesis in Labour Law (edition 2010) and the UNAR-CRUI Prize by the National Office against Racial Discrimination for the best Italian Ph.D. thesis in Anti-discrimination Law (3rd prize, edition 2010).
He is involved in various national and European research groups, and he is the author of various publications in the field of Labour Law and Social Security Law.